SFHSS FINAL Top 15: Unbeaten American Heritage Finishes On Top – Again!From the time they took the field this season, American Heritage knew that the team that would put an end to their winning streak would have to work harder than ever before.
In The State Championship Huddle: Marcus Lodge – American HeritageHere is one of those prospects who became an important part of this program – with huge catches and big plays when the Patriots needed it the most.
PLAYOFF SPOTLIGHT: Heritage Streaks Toward Another State TitleIn a game that could easily have been a state final, the No. 3 nationally-rated Patriots emerged and moved one step closer to defend their state title.
SFHSS Top 15: Week 9 – The Race For Orlando ContinuesAs is the case in South Florida, things change weekly. While American Heritage stays at No. 1 with a 21 game winning streak, you will see some other programs have certainly made their way into the Top 15 this week.
American Heritage: 20 Straight And Going StrongOffensive weapons such as quarterback Cameron Smith, running back Jordan Johnson and junior Tyler Jones, who put in another 100-plus yard effort.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Kamryn Giles - American HeritageA gifted playmaker who can lineup at safety and punish offensive players as well as showcase his cover skills.
FALL SPOTLIGHT: The Trains Keeps Rolling At American HeritageWhen it comes to high school football, the one thing that remains important today – as it did many decades ago – is coaching.
American Heritage Cancels First Day Of School For Solar EclipseAmerican Heritage School, a private school in Plantation, has canceled the first day of school due to the solar eclipse on Monday.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Frank Melgarejo - American HeritageHere is a nationally rated long snapper who is among the country’s best - winning several competitions.
In The Recruiting Huddle: Brandon Cohen - American HeritageBrandon Cohen is that player that nobody takes serious until he is running away from you.
DEFENDING THE 5A CROWN: American Heritage Has a Tough RoadPat Surtain’s only loss as a head football coach could have been the reason he finished an unbeaten year as 5A state champs.